Monday, November 7, 2011

Review: The Virtuoso by Grace Burrowes

Review: Virtuoso
Author: Grace Burrowes
ISBN: 978-1-4022-4570-1
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Genre: Historical Romance
Format: Paperback
Price: $6.99

Lord Valentine Windham has only known how to show his feelings and express himself through his music and the piano.  When all of sudden he is unable to play he is lost and afraid he will never be able to play again. So, to lick his wounds he heads to the country and throws himself into fixing up the country home.

Widow Ellen Markham (FitzEngle) remembers Val from when he visited a year before and they shared a wonderful kiss.  She never thought he would come back although she had secretly hoped.  Now he is here and he wants Ellen but she has her own secrets and fears that she feels would be unfair to burden Val with.

Will Val realize that there is more to life then just the piano and ways to express how he feels?  And will Ellen give in to his seduction and share her secrets and pain with the man she is falling in love with?

The latest in Gace Burrowes Windham family is a wonderful love story that draws you into the pages and makes you feel the pain that both Val and Ellen are feeling.  It is also full of humor; of course we get the treat of the Windham brothers and Val’s friends who are as usual sticking their noses in their brother’s business.  I will admit that I have been waiting for Val’s story from the minute he appeared on the pages of The Heir and I am not disappointed Grace Burrowes delivers a top notch storyline for Val.

Annette gives this book

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